Cuban Labor Code to Favor Private Workers

1 Havana, Jun 4. – Cuba''s Labor Code, a document currently under revision, will undergo some changes to favor the non-state sector, experts on the matter stated in this capital on Monday. Vivian Aguilar, president of the Criminal Court in the Supreme Court, noted that amid the changes taking place in Cuba's economy, labor relations in the non-state sector, above

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Cuba Debates on Disaster Reduction

2 Havana, May 18. – Experts from different countries debate as of Friday about the prevention and reduction of disasters during a regional workshop convened by the Cuban Civil Defense. According to organizers, the three-day forum will share the island's experiences in five decades of confrontation to weather phenomena and other events. International agencies, among them the UN Development Program,

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Vietnam Gains Interest in Cuban Medicine Heberprot-P

0 Hanoi, May 18. – Cuban medicine Heberprot-P for the treatment of the diabetic foot has gained interest in Vietnam with scientists and experts interested in its application in the country, where there is high incidence in clinical cases that require it. PhD Aristides Garcia Herrera presented the product during the 6th Congress on Diabetes and Endocrinology, held in the

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Cuba Hosts International Forum on Organic Agriculture

1 Havana, May 3. – Experts from 22 countries will attend the 9th International Meeting on Organic and Sustainable Agriculture, which will be held here from May 21 to 24, an official source reported. Over 300 specialists are expected to participate, 110 of them foreigners, told Prensa Latina the president of the Cuban Association of Agricultural and Forestry Technicians (ACTAF),

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Experts from 17 Countries to Attend Forum on Preschool Education

0 Havana, Feb 9. – Experts and voluntary activists from 17 countries have confirmed their attendance for a meeting of preschool education in Cuba which will debate the relevance of multi-sectoral approach in early childhood education, official sources said. The director of the Latin American Reference Center of Preschool Education, Isabel Rios, said they expect the presence of 400 delegates

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Innovations in Chemistry at Int’l Conference in Cuba

1 Santiago de Cuba, Dec 8. – Nanotechnology in chemistry is one of the innovations that promotes great interest among experts of eight countries attending the 20th International Conference on Chemistry in this eastern city. Roberto Cao Vazquez, president of the Cuban Society of Chemistry, talked of substantial changes experienced in that science by reducing dimensions and quantities of substances

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Touroperators from 12 Countries Celebrate Tourism Day

1 Manicaragua, Villa Clara, Sep 27. – Some 200 touroperators, travel agents, executives, experts and journalists from 12 nations dedicate on Tuesday the second day of the 8th International Meeting on Nature Tourism, Turnat 2011, to celebrate the World Day of Tourism. Under the slogan "Cuba in the center," the event takes place until Thursday in the mountainous zones of

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